The hyper-connected, distributed world we live in now relies on cloud more than ever, and IT teams are facing challenges to provide people with optimal digital experiences wherever and whenever they need access. As a result, businesses are migrating to a cloud-driven operational model based on speed, insight and control to bridge the greater distribution of applications, users and tech staff.
“The future of work is hybrid, but in the Philippines, that is already happening now,” said Karrie Ilagan, Managing Director of Cisco Philippines. “With lockdowns still in place, technology has become a necessity for organizations to be as agile and flexible for their distributed workforce to succeed, which can only be delivered through a cloud-first environment.”
Enabling Customers to Realize Better Outcomes from the Cloud
Cisco has made multi-billion-dollar investments over the past six years to build cloud into every aspect of its business, focusing on helping customers build complete cloud strategies with confidence across five key areas: Continuity, Insights, Security, Connectivity and Operations.
During the company’s ‘Future Cloud’ event, Cisco showcased how it is advancing its cloud strategy across several of these areas to help businesses connect, secure and automate to deliver seamless digital experiences in today’s hybrid cloud world.
“Today, a simple, intuitive user experience is how to achieve success in a digital world,” said Todd Nightingale, SVP and GM, Cisco Enterprise Networking and Cloud. “We are focused on helping our customers be cloud smart to advance their digital operating models to securely deliver new types of apps that live across on-prem, multiple clouds and the edge. From infrastructure teams to the app developers, only Cisco can provide the level of observability and insight they need to orchestrate and manage applications and workloads no matter where they reside.”
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